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What Tallulah Willis Can’t Live Without

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If you’re like us, you’ve probably wondered what famous people add to their carts. Not the JAR brooch and Louis XV chair but the hairspray and the electric toothbrush. We asked Tallulah Willis — the founder of clothing company Wyllis and the youngest of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis’s daughters — about the fabric face masks, robe, and toothpaste she can’t live without. 

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I wanted a deodorant that actually works and does not have a light, airy, floral scent. This smells deeper, more grounded, woodsy — I almost wear it like I would perfume. I obsessively put it on because I love the smell so much.

It’s not a huge bottle — it’s a pretty tiny amount — but this is far and beyond the best, most supple body oil I’ve ever used. What I do is I take a bath, drain the bath, and then put the body oil on in the bathtub; otherwise, I get so cold after a bath that if I just leave the tub, I’ll dry off and get dressed and get in bed. So I have to force myself to apply this, and I do it really fast. I just lather it on everywhere, let it dry, and then put my robe on.

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I got one of these robes as a gift a year ago. I became obsessed and have since bought three more. I usually don’t towel off after I apply my body oil and other stuff post-bath — I just slap my robe on, so it will start to smell really, really good. I feel like a Grecian goddess when I wear this.

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My mom had Young Living essential oils around the house my entire childhood. She would just stop me when I was 7, and be like, “Close your eyes and breathe,” then put some on her hands and rub them together. So I associate this particular brand of essential oil with safety. The Lady Sclareol blend is woodsy and floral; it comes in a little vial and you can keep it in your purse and rub it on your wrist and your neck.

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My sister, Rumer, is my guru in terms of all things fancy. She introduced me to this brand. I love pretty panties, but I’m so sensitive to texture and comfort, so I had a collection of the underwear I actually wore and then another collection of pretty underwear. I was like, “This is dumb.” What I love about these is they’re so comfortable — I’m a thong girl — but also really pretty.

During one of my skin freakouts, I went to a facialist who is an ambassador for Biologique Rechere. She told me that adding a little bit of baking soda into this mask will activate it. So that’s what I do. It smells intense, but it’s really amazing for breakouts.

I found this mask while doing some digging on the internet. The company has super-cute and simple masks in some really beautiful prints. I have a very small head, so I like masks that have elastic straps or ones that you can adjust. This one has elastic straps and it’s also not humongous on your face. Some masks look like you’re wearing a diaper.

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I was always really drawn to these printed Hawaiian button-down shirts from the ’40s that my dad has. I would steal them sometimes, but they were so big on me. So I was like, “How do we make a fitted version that is a canvas for all different prints?” We actually took a 1940s blouse and reshaped it a little bit — that’s where we got the shape for the Edie. I think that it fits really well; the sleeves kind of bell out, it’s cropped. I truly have fallen in love with trying to kind of revitalize old shapes and silhouettes.

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